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  • Moon Rear Light saddle bracket
  • J-R
    Full Member

    Having just bought a new Moon rear light, I now find I need a saddle bracket (LAA677) to mount it. Unfortunately everywhere online seems to show it as out of stock.

    Has anybody seen one of these available at any shops anywhere?

    thegeneralist
    Full Member

    I’m surprised. I’ve got loads of moon rear lights and most of them came with every bracket type you can imagine including saddle.

    One of the reasons I love Moon lights.

    ( alas we have 7 bikes running in the household currently so I can’t spare 1)

    colp
    Full Member

    Yep, seem to be out of stock everywhere, LBS says not available until spring 2023.

    That one at Louth is collection only

    monkeyboyjc
    Full Member

    I’m surprised. I’ve got loads of moon rear lights and most of them came with every bracket type you can imagine including saddle.

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    <span style=”font-size: 0.8rem;”>One of the reasons I love Moon lights</span>

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    Same – the rear moon lights I’ve bought have always come with the saddle bracket….

    Pauly
    Free Member

    Hey @J-R we have them in stock so if you are still having trouble I can get you one.

    jkomo
    Full Member

    I’ve got loads of them.
    If you can wait I’ll send you one.

    J-R
    Full Member

    Thanks all. Some of the Moon Comets I have had before come with the accessories, but the most recent one I got just had the elasticated fitting.

    First page of Google. https://www.louthcyclecentre.co.uk/accessories/lights/moon-comet-saddle-rail-bracket__8662

    Interestingly enough, Louth Cycle centre don’t appear on any of my Google pages – maybe sensitive to exact search or location, so thanks for the link @thepodge.


    @jkomo
    that would be great – I’ll PM you re details.


    @Pauly
    thanks, I’ll try jkomo first.

    bikesandboots
    Full Member

    Mine had a habit of working loose, so I suggest adding a drop of your own threadlock.

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